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Part 2 Assignment - Collecting

Introduction:

I started this project by doing a scrappy rough brain storm to assess my options. I normally have a think about each possible category then figure out which one suits my style or objective best. 988 more words

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Initial Thoughts

I have started to think about initial ideas for my main project as well as starting to fill my sketchbook.

I want to explore the idea of what is left after we have gone from our own perspective rather than from those who are left. 132 more words

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Heart Macabre - Barts Pathology Museum

I was excited to attend a life drawing class within Barts Pathology Museum recently. Barts Pathology Museum is usually closed to the public so this was a fantastic opportunity to explore the museum whilst also attending a life drawing class. 110 more words

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Magnificent Obsessions - Barbican Art Gallery

I thought that Magnificent Obsessons would be an insightful look into the mind of artists by way of their collections. I have to say though I was very disappointed, it all just felt a little unsurprising. 194 more words

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P3 S2: Colour Perception Exercise 1

After all the mark making and embroidery, I can finally start my favourite part of the course which I have really been looking forward to: Project 3 which is all about colour. 781 more words

Colour Perception Exercise

Part 1 - Introduction to Painting, Assignment 1

The Subject

It wasn’t difficult to think of a subject to paint for this assignment, I really enjoyed painting on the dark ground for the last tonal study and I managed to pull the chiaroscuro effects off quite well, I really needed to see if I could do it again with different subjects. 2,193 more words

Pt 1 - Introduction To Painting

Exercise - Multiple points

Brief:

  • Set up a still-life, with a background that is simple, but not entirely plain.
  • Use between 6-10 similar sized objects, each compact in size.
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